Description The Broom Tea-tree is a shrub or tree growing to 5 m tall, but can grow taller. The leaves are small and grow 7 mm to 15 mm long and 2 mm to 6 mm wide. Flowers are produced in spring and summer from September to March. The flowers are white with 5 petals and about 1 cm in diameter. The fruit capsules are 6 mm to 9 mm in diameter.
Habitat heathland, shrubland, along watercourses, swamp margins
Distribution eastern New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania. It is also found in New Zealand.